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[The Black and the Poor speaks]


Published 1966/1967/1969


Description: The Black and the poor speaks. Bobby Seale at the Oakland Auditorium. Ron Dellums to U.F.A.F. Corretta Scott King from (Face the Nation). Carl Stokes (Alan Douglas Show). San Francisco Chinatown and Chinese tour tape.

Collection Guide: H.K. Yuen Collection

Call Number: 5-69

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Source 1 Tape of 1: 1/4 inch audio tape
Run time 11:38:07
Language English
Contact Information Ethnic Studies Library, 30 Stephens Hall #2360, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-2360, Telephone: (510) 643-1234, http://eslibrary.berkeley.edu

Notes

Sound: Yuen, Hoh-Kun (H.K.)

Note on original reel: I. (o) Interview with Dr. Norvel Smith, a taped television interview given by Dr. Smith, president of Merritt College, on July 17, 1969 in Milwaukee (30) -- 'Voting in Lowndes County, Alabama' May, 1966 speech by John Hulett, Chairman of Lowndes County Freedom Organization (a) Adam Rogers, a resident of Hunter's Point, speaks of the 'Professionals for Peace' meeting, July 29, 1967 (b) Ron Dellum address to U.F.A.F. on July 19, 1969 (starting with the moon landing) (c) 11/3/69 Ussery, the left-out (black) candidate for S.F. Supervisors (d) 9/28/69 Coretta King 'Face the Nation' - on disappointment at Nixon Administration (note the sound cut-off at beginning of her answer about Nixon - check (e) 1/3/70 Carl Stokes on Alan Douglas Show in answer to repression in U.S.? 'Already here.' II. (a) F evening 7/18/69 Bobby Seale's address to the 'United Front Against Fascism' at the Oakland Auditorium (b) [KPFA broadcast] 'Poverty - You're asking me what poverty is?' A reading of an article from the Christian Herald. It is a statement by a mother to an aide from the Elk and Duck Rivers Community Association in Lawrenceberg, Tennessee, one of the projects of the Office of Economic Opportunity. The reader is Bobbie Harms. Originally broadcast in August. (c) Reading from the Hopi Indian Prophecy of Purification (from the 'Search for Survival' series of 1967) (d) 1/24/69 'San Francisco Chinatown and the Chinese' Guide tour (90 mins.)

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